Central PA radio stations to deliver bottled water to Houston

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Texas National Guard soldiers arrive in Houston, Texas to aid citizens in heavily flooded areas from the storms of Hurricane Harvey.

YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Four Central Pennsylvania radio stations are teaming up to send bottled water to those in need in Houston.

I-105 WIOV, 96.1 SOX, WARM 103.3 and NEWSTALK 93.9 & 910 WSBA are collecting donations in three locations:

  • Friday, September 1st – 5pm to 7pm – donations will be accepted at Saubel’s Markets in East York and in Shrewsbury.
  • Saturday, September 2nd – 11am to 1pm – donations will be accepted at Saubel’s Market in Stewartstown and Nell’s Market in Spry.
  • Saturday, September 2nd – 8am to 4pm – donations will be accepted and the truck will be loaded at Oregon Dairy, 2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz.

WIOV Program Director Rich Creeger will drive the tractor trailer to Houston. The truck will depart on Sunday, September 3 at 6 a.m.